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The Ultimate E Saas Eng 1.0

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An overview of web 2.0 applications suitable for educational use

An overview of web 2.0 applications suitable for educational use

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  • 1. Educational software As a Service © Joop van Schie
  • 2. (e)Saas: Software as a service
    • Interesting applications for education and learning,
    • Placed in a functional model,
    • Some critical notes.
    © Joop van Schie
  • 3. Image: http://www.edu20.org/ Links: http://www.go2web20.net/ © Joop van Schie click the arrows to get to the examples
  • 4. How do the get their money?
    • Advertisement,
    • Data – delivery to other parties,
    • Basic- and premium versions,
    • Spin – off in sales,
    • PR,
    • ... All suggestions welcome!
    © Joop van Schie
  • 5. Webenabled
    • All 2.0 Apps are,
    • Sometimes a plug – in needed,
    • XML - standards,
    • RSS – feeds.
    © Joop van Schie
  • 6. Important issues
    • What about the safety of my data, my privacy and the protection of my work?
    • How about back – up, data recovery or archiving?
    © Joop van Schie
  • 7. Web 2.0
    • Very simple tools,
    • Anyone can do it,
    • Always Beta and changed on user – requests or malfunctioning.
    © Joop van Schie
  • 8. Languages
    • English mostly,
    • Often many other languages,
    • Translation tools available,
    • Hardly any textfiles for help.
    © Joop van Schie
  • 9. For instance
    • www.slideshare.net
    • www.flickr.com
    • www.youtube.com
    • docs.google.com
    © Joop van Schie
  • 10. Risks to consider on 2.0
    • Error 404,
    • Security and privacy,
    • Integration,
    • Api’s to other architectures,
    • Multi-sign on,
    • Vague or dodgy business-model.
    © Joop van Schie
  • 11. Alternative options? www.edu20.org © Joop van Schie www.zoho.com etcetera